Peterborough police charge pair with fraud after using stolen credit card

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Two men from Peterborough, Ont. are facing fraud charges after attempting to use a stolen credit card to make a purchase from a bike shop.

The shop received an order for two bike helmets worth approximately $1,500. Store employees became suspicious when the buyer wanted the order shipped to the Vaughan Mills shopping centre in Maple, Ont., near Canada’s Wonderland.  The buyers were told they needed to pick up the helmets at the store.

Police were called when the men arrived at the shop to pick up the helmets.

Engin Kartal, 23, was charged with fraud under $5,000 along with 22-year-old Onur Duzgunar, who was also charged with fraud under $5,000.

Read more at The Peterborough Examiner

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.